UPDATE: Boston Police report the victim, Alfonso Rivas, 23, was pronounced dead at Boston Medical Center.
Police are at 14 Lyndhurst St., where officers found a person shot in the head shortly after 11 a.m. The homicide unit has been summoned, just in case.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports another body was found this morning, near where a middle-aged man's body was found floating yesterday. No ID yet.
The Globe reports the body found today was bound with chains attached to a cinderblock.
Brian D'Amico reports three people were shot on Park Street near Geneva Avenue around 10 p.m. and that one of the victims is dead.
Update, Tuesday afternoon: Boston Police report the dead victim was shot repeatedly. The other two victims, one shot in the throat on the front stairs of 230 Park St., the other, shot in the hip and shoulder, are expected to survive.
Brian D'Amico reports two people were shot around 7:15 p.m. inside the Universal Barbershop and Salon at 436 Geneva Ave.. The dead victim was shot in the head; the woman was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the arm.
UPDATE: Boston Police report the man was in his early 20s; the woman in her late 50s.
UPDATE: Arrest made.
A Dorchester man became Boston's fifth murder victim since Saturday when he was fatally stabbed in an argument at a route-23 bus stop in Roxbury this afternoon.
Friends have identified him as Rashad "Rizzy" Barnes, 25.
Brian D'Amico reports the victim was getting off a bus at Warren and Kearsarge streets around 2:45 p.m. when he was stabbed by another man also getting off the bus. The stop is a short walk from both the B-2 police station and Roxbury District Court.
Ironically, just yesterday, Barnes tweeted:
UPDATE: Police report a third woman died Monday.
Brian D'Amico reports at least four people were shot around 9:20 p.m. at 38 Harlem St. in Dorchester. Boston Police report two of the women were pronounced dead at the scene; two others were brought to local hospitals - one with life-threatening injuries.
This was Boston's second mass shooting of the day; earlier, four were shot, one fatally, in Roslindale. And it was the second shooting over the weekend in the area - the day before, a man was shot at 9 Page St., just across Glenway from Harlem Street.
The Harlem Street shootings were just a few doors down from where two sisters were shot to death in November.
One man, in his 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene. Two other men, in their late 20s, were found there with gunshot wounds and were taken to local hospitals. A fourth victim, also in his late 20s, got himself to a hospital.
At least seven people, including a gunman shot by a police officer, have been killed in an attack on worshippers at a Sikh temple in the Milwaukee suburb of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, on Sunday, police said.
Sikhism is a centuries-old religion, fifth most followed in the world, with sizable populations in India. It stresses self control over vices and, according to Wikipedia, the "courage to defend the rights of all who are wrongfully oppressed or persecuted irrespective of religion, colour, caste or creed."
A Mattapan man who allegedly stabbed his nephew inside the Mattapan House of Pizza Tuesday night will be charged with murder now that his relative has died, Boston Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office report.
Derrick Bullock, 40, was arguing with his nephew, Curtis Cox, 43 (Ed. note: Yes, those ages are correct.) around 9:20 p.m. in the Blue Hill Avenue pizza place when he pulled out a knife and stabbed Cox in the neck. Cox was taken to Boston Medical Center, where he later died.
Bullock was ordered held on $50,000 bail on charges of aggravated assault and battery and armed assault with intent to murder, the DA's office reports, adding he will now be arraigned on a charge of murder.
Boston Police report that officers investigating the sound of gunfire at Broad Street and Surface Road around 2:20 a.m. found a man with a gunshot wound a block away at Atlantic Avenue and High Street. The man was taken to Tufts Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the shooting might have been the result of a fight that broke out between two passengers on a harbor cruise that docked at Rowes Wharf.
Boston Police report officers found three men in a car shot shortly after 2 a.m. at Shawmut Avenue and Herald Street. Two were pronounced dead at the scene, the third was taken to Tufts Medical Center and is expected to survive.
Police say witnesses saw gunfire coming from a gray "SUV style motor vehicle" with Rhode Island plates.
WCVB reports police are looking for both the drive-by shooter and two people in the death car who fled.
Boston Police report a fight in front of the Social Security office shortly before 2 p.m. ended with three people stabbed - one of them fatally. Friends tonight are identifying the murder victim as Lance Hartgrove, 15.
The other two victims are expected to survive; neither was older than 21.
An officer on detail for the Sandra Bullock movie - the one for which a trailer was smashed into by a T bus yesterday - helped capture a suspect.
Boston Police report a 19-year old found at Marion and Bennington streets shortly before midnight was rushed to Mass. General, where he was pronounced dead.
Updated Saturday morning.
Sara Kelly, 20, was arrested and charged with her murder, police say, adding the two "were known to each other."
The Herald reports another woman was taken into custody and that the victim leaves five children. Friends of her children identified her as Shannon McCormick.
McCormick is South Boston's fourth murder victim this year. On May 27, two people were stabbed to death and their Linsky Barry Court apartment set on fire. On April 16, a woman was stabbed to death on E. 7 St.
The Globe reports a man in his 20s was shot to death on Leyland Street Thursday night.